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  • Two-Component Flavin-Dependent Riboflavin Monooxygenase Degrades Riboflavin in Devosia riboflavina. [Journal Article]
    J Bacteriol 2018; 200(12)Kanazawa H, Shigemoto R, … Takaya N
  • The actinobacterium Microbacterium maritypicum splits riboflavin (vitamin B2) into lumichrome and d-ribose. However, such degradation by other bacteria and the involvement of a two-component flavin-dependent monooxygenase (FMO) in the reaction remain unknown. Here we investigated the mechanism of riboflavin degradation by the riboflavin-assimilating alphaproteobacterium Devosia riboflavina (forme…
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